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Search for a Commercial Property for sale in New York (NY).
Business Owners - Agents - Advertise a Business, Franchise, or any Retail Property for sale with photos, floor plans, maps.
New York Commercial property and Businesses for sale include
New York Warehouse's for sale, New York Office Buildings for sale, New York Industrial Buildings for sale, Restaurants for sale in New York, Retail Outlets for sale in New York, Manufacturing Factories for sale in New York, Hotels for sale in New York, Wholesale Distribution Warehouse for sale in New York, New York Shopping Malls for sale Industrial property
Brokers - A Professional Broker can be a key part in the success of buying or selling a Property with a current business. You may not have the time to focus on selling your Property and a Broker may be the best solution for you! Remember a Brokers main focus is selling. A professional broker may spend a great deal of time researching, negotiating and finding the right buyer. For a professional broker to contact you please e mail here
Buildings designed for one particular purpose such as churches, theaters, schools, warehouse/storage, public utility, factory, hotel, and agriculture land. Some buildings may be repurposed for other uses, for example a church can be turned into a book store, restaurant, or art gallery or a warehouse can be turned into ‘flex space’ property. As long as zoning permits, changing the type of use could be possible though some reconstruction may be necessary.Whether you are looking for an office space within a building or a free standing property, the location is just as important. Negotiating heavy traffic on your daily commute will stress both your employees, yourself, and any clients (if you serve them face-to-face). It is possible to find a location that’s both affordable, in a secure neighborhood, in a well-maintained and modern structure, is centrally located, has amenities close-by, and has available secure parking facilities.
Before you purchase commercial property, seek first financial advice from an accountant who can help decide whether or not your business is ready to undertake the extra expenses that come with property ownership. While searching for your premises, property amenities and neighborhood factors should be researched before you submit a price offer; an agent can be a great liaison to the negotiating process. Once you’re ready to sign a purchase agreement, your attorney should first review all documents.
Commercial property and real estate, with and without businesses, for sale in New York by city